One of PCs is connected to internet and I use AVG online-update to update it time to time, but the second does not have any access to internet/network.One way for updating the second one is the offline option: downloading new definitions from AVG website as a EXE pack and installing it using a USB flash disk drive.
Thanks again Alan for saving me a lot of time and trouble.
I have yet to test this option, but it looks like it should do the trick for you.
A database update from AVG over the weekend made the Windows antivirus software attack users' i Tunes installations, mistakenly viewing the application's library files as a Trojan virus and placing them in quarantine.
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